Sacha Djorkaeff

Since joining the Titanbay team in 2020, Sacha is responsible for identifying, defining and executing the company's growth strategy.

Before joining Titanbay, Sacha was responsible for leading the digital transformation at LVMH-owned Thomas Pink. During his tenure, Sacha defined a digital-first, client experience strategy. Prior to Pink, Sacha was in charge of business development and new business at White Bear Studio.

Prior to that, Sacha spent three years building and running Owl, a members-only concierge app targeting HNWI. After securing a Series A, the company successfully rolled out an iOS app and deployed in four countries. Sacha has related work experiences at BNP Paribas, Bank of America and Natixis.

Sacha holds a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.


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